Finland's government will not survive tomorrow's election in its current form, but drastic change seems unlikely.
Peter Costello suggests that the Liberal Party should concentrate on issues that unite it. The problem is that such issues are hard to find.
Change in the Middle East didn't finish with the Arab Spring. Algeria's president resigned this week, and his counterparts in Sudan and Turkey are under threat.
Brexit is back in the House of Commons tonight, with the possibility that the government's loss of control may become permanent.
Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko is seeking re-election for a second term – but if the polls are right, he could lose to an actor who plays a fictional president.
Election news from Thailand and three countries in eastern Europe.
Britain's House of Commons votes to seize the initiative from the hapless Theresa May, signalling a bad setback for the hard Brexiters.
Slovakia's political strongman is facing another defeat, with his preferred presidential candidate trailing his liberal opponent in the polls.
Czechia and Tibet: compare and contrast. Can history tell us anything about appeasement?
With Theresa May having failed to extract anything new from negotiations with the EU, Britain could be heading towards a fresh referendum – which would mean a huge disruption to the party system.